Kathmandu & Widlife is a unique trip which is a mix of Kathmandu valley and Chitwan National Park. Kathmandu is the capital city and largest city of Nepal and also the largest metropolitan in the Himalayan hill region. Kathmandu is and has been for many years the centre of Nepal’s history, art, culture and economy. It has a multiethnic population within a Hindu and Buddhist majority. Kathmandu valley has many UNESCO World Heritage Sites which are rich in traditional arts & architectures, interesting history & cultures and unique lifestyle of the people.
Chitwan National Park is the first national park in Nepal which is located in the subtropical inner Terai lowlands of south – central Nepal. It is one of the largest playgrounds of wild animals in Nepal. Chitwan National Park is famous for the best wildlife-viewing national parks in Asia, where you’ll have an excellent chance of spotting endangered One-horned Rhinos, Royal Bengal Tiger, Deers, Monkeys, Wild Boar and up to 544 species of birds.
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Upon arrival In Kathmandu, you will be met with our representative and transfer to your hotel. Our representative will brief you about the trip and the time table of the trips. Check in to hotel and free for rest of the day at your own.
After breakfast, we will start our journey to Chitwan National Park which is considered as one of the finest National Parks in Asia. Chitwan National Park is famous for endangered one-horned Rhino, Tiger and many wildlife species of birds and animals. Arrive in hotel and check in. Enjoy Cultural dance in the evening.
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Included
Today you will be escorted by expert naturalist on various exciting activities including Jeep Safari, Canoe ride, Jungle walk, Bird watching, Village walk etc. in the evening you can walk around the nearby village to witness daily life of locals.
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Included.
After breakfast we will drive back to Kathmandu enjoying the beautiful scenery of hills and rivers. On arrival in Kathmandu, drive to hotel and check in. You are free in the evening at your own.
Today morning we will visit the Great Stupa of Boudhanath (UNESCO World Heritage Site) a vast dome-shaped monument representing the Mind of the Buddha. It is the primary pilgrimage destination for Tantric Buddhists of the Himalayas and a major draw for Tibetan Buddhists from all over the planet. The history of the Stupa from its origins in the fifth century to the present day is also presented here for the first time.
Later we will visit to Pashupatinath Temple (UNESCO World Heritage Site). Pashupatinath is one of the holiest pilgrimage destinations for all the Hindus of the world. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, one of the trinity and the guardian (patron) deity of Nepal. This is one of the oldest temples, situated on the banks of the Holy Bagmati River. It is double – roofed golden temple with four triple silver doorways. Pashupatinath covers an area of 281 hectares, which is one of the biggest temple complexes in Nepal. Although Pashupatinath Temple was only built in the fifth century and later renovated by Malla kings, the holy site is said to have existed from the beginning of the millennium.
Lastly we will drive to Bhaktapur, (UNESCO World Heritage Site). Bhaktapur is filled with monuments, most terra-cotta with carved wood columns, palaces and temples with elaborate carvings, gilded roofs, and open courtyards. The city is dotted with pagodas and religious shrines. The Art Gallery has a fascinating collection of ancient manuscripts, Thangkas, centuries-old stone sculpture, antique paintings that belong to the Hindu and Buddhist traditions of various periods.
In the evening we will proceed for a farewell dinner with cultural show hosted by our company.
Breakfast & Dinner Included
Today you have free time until your flight time to Airport. Our representative will come to pick you up from your hotel and drop you to the Airport for departure
Chitwan National Park (CNP), established as Nepal's first National Park, is nestled at the foot of the Himalayas and is home to one of the last populations of single-horned Asiatic rhinoceros and is also one of the last refuges of the Bengal Tiger. It is particularly noted for its rich flora and fauna.
The best time to visit Chitwan is from October to early March, when temperatures are pleasant at 25°C. If you can stand the heat, come in April and May, the end of the dry season when wildlife gathers at waterholes – temperatures can reach the mid 40°Cs. January is the coldest month, with temperatures skimming freezing at night.
Chitwan National Park is home to many endangered animals such as the one-horned rhino, royal Bengal tiger, gharial crocodile and fresh water gangetic dolphin. Moreover, wildlife enthusiasts will find a thriving population of four types of deer, two types of monkeys, wild boar, sloth bear, elephant and leopard.
Yes, Nepal is a budget destination. It is one of the most economical countries we have visited. Accommodation is generally affordable, with a variety of hostels, dorms and guesthouses.
A city tour of Kathmandu's famous sights plus day trips to other historic landmarks just outside the city can be enjoyed in a comfortable amount of time. If you manage your time wisely, you could even fit both city tours and day trips into two days.
Kathmandu is a worthwhile trip. Bhaktapur is my favorite spot in the valley. Viewing Everest and the entire Himalayan range from the air was an incredible experience. I truly enjoyed my time in Kathmandu.
Generally, Nepal is generally known for its friendly people and hospitality towards tourists and visitors, and is generally considered a safe place to visit. However, it is still important to exercise caution, as crime rates can still be low.